Beginner’s Guide to Car Camping

Beginner's Guide to Car Camping

nCamp – Beginner’s Guide to Car Camping – Where to Go & What to Pack: If you don’t have much camping experience, you’re not alone. Over the past 20 years, fewer kids have been introduced to the outdoors, so a declining number of people have grown up camping with family and friends. It’s no surprise, then, that many adults these days have never pitched a tent or cooked over a camp stove. If you’d like to start camping, but aren’t sure where to begin, car camping in a state park is a great first step. When you camp in a park close to your vehicle, you can enjoy the outdoors without having to rough it too much. At most state parks, you’ll have access to

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3 Camping Recipes with an Appalachian Twist

3 Camping Recipes with an Appalachian Twist

The following article is a paid collaboration with Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Want to upgrade your campsite cooking? Give it a hearty country touch with some age-old mountain advice. Here are some traditional recipes to craft a forest feast, even without all the bells and whistles of your kitchen. Keep in mind: For a fresh taste, forage for some wild ingredients. Cast-iron cookware is best for an authentic taste, and most of these recipes can be cooked with a single deep-dish cast iron skillet. But be sure to pack a potholder, because cast iron retains heat. Bring a water filter to cut down on weight and bulk if you will have a water source. If you’re camping in the backwoods, where fire rings won’t have

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